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th. i'm gasia mikaelian, and this is bay area news at 7:00. the fbi is taking the lead tonight in the search for more possible victims. today fbi teams began excavating an abandoned well near the small town in lyn don. authorities education courted one of the speed freak killers from death row to that area and he pointed out the well as a spot where more human remains could be found. the fbi says it is not looking for any one victim in particular. >> no particular individual is associated with this site. to be clear, we only know that this may contain remains. >> the fbi -- fbi is taking over the search following criticism of the san joaquin county sheriff's office handling. the remains of two women were identified and no identity has been determined for a third set of remains. a bay area mother is waiting anxiously as that well is being excavated. wondering if her daughters' remains are at the bottom of that well. >> mckayla garrett's mother read me those words today her nine-year-old daughter wrote more than 24 years ago. early sharon found the paper in a book after a strange
's not with them. >>> there are questions tonight about whether fbi investigators are on the right track in a new search for more victims of the speed freak killers. crews continued for a second day excavating a well in san joaquin county. the well was identified after six months of investigation, including interviews with one of the killers. but a map drawn by shermantine apparently points to another well. bounty hunters say they were told there are several wells where victims' bodies were dumped. >>> investigators bordered an oil tanker anchored in san francisco bay today hoping to find out why it collided with a fender at the base of the bay bridge tower. they're also examining the ship's records and assessing the integrity of the ship's hull. the agency says ultimately, responsibility lies with the pilot. >> the captains of the vessels themselves are responsible, really, for the safe navigation of their own vessel. >> the national transportation safety board is also looking into yesterday's incident, including the role of the coast guard vessel traffic service, which has the authority to dire
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